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Batavia, New York

Batavia, New York

Batavia is the name of a town and city in Genesee County, New York. The city is located inside the town. The area is considered part of the Western New York region, and Batavia is roughly 40 miles north-east of the City of Buffalo. As of June of 2022, the town population is estimated to be around 6,836 and the city population, about 16,000. Early settlers were Dutch and gave the name “Batavia” as homage to the geographical and historical region in the Netherlands. The city and town have separate governing entities. The city is theGenesee County seat, meaning it is the location of all county government offices.

Traffic Tickets in Batavia, New York

A large portion of I-90 (New York State Thruway) traverses Batavia, headed east-west. The speed limit is 65 miles per hour. Motorists clocked traveling in the 80 mph range will likely be stopped and cited.. The most common ticket issued in the town of Batavia is for speeding.

Traffic stops are conducted on the local town and city roads as well. The main routes include New York State Route 98, New York State Route 5, New York State Route 63, and New York State Route 33.

New York State Route 98 (Oak Orchard Road) acts as one of the town’s arterial roads. It serves the northern part of town and is one route motorists can take to reach the Genesee County Airport. I-90 is also accessible from NYS-98 via on-ramps as the road enters the city of Batavia. New York State Route 5 (West Main Street Road) is Batavia’s main road in the western part of town. It connects the City of Batavia with the hamlets of East Pembroke, West Batavia, and Bushville. New York State Route 63 (Ellicott Street) runs diagonally through town, heading north-west and south-east. Lastly, New York State Route 33 (Clinton Street) connects with NYS-5 in the city and heads east towards the neighboring town.

New York State Police and Genesee County Sheriff’s Department are authorized to conduct traffic stops on all county roads. The City of Batavia employs their own police department who are authorized to issue traffic tickets on city streets. Tickets issued in the city are adjudicated by the Batavia City Court. All other tickets are to be handled by the Town of Batavia Justice Court. If you were issued a traffic ticket in either the town or city of Batavia, you can contact the Benjamin Goldman Law Office. We can assist you even if you have already plead guilty to your ticket.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a law firm dedicated to assisting motorists with speeding tickets and other traffic violations. Our attorneys are skilled at traffic law and utilize any legal technique to obtain the optimal result. For over ten years, we have been able to obtain drastic reductions on charges against our clients. This is attested by the numerous verified reviews of our law firm. The Benjamin Goldman Law Office offers motorists a free consultation. You can get in touch with us to discuss your case.

Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*

Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of your legal fee if we are unable to reduce the points added to your license as a result of the ticket.

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Information on the Batavia Justice Courts

Town of Batavia Justice Court
Address: 3833 West Main Street Road, Batavia, New York 14020
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (585) 343-1729 Ext. 216
Fax: (585) 343-8998
E-mail: court@townofbatavia.com
More Information: Court Webpage

Town Justice: Hon. Thomas Williams
Court Clerk: Michael Cleveland
Prosecutor: Kaitlynn E. Schmit, Esq.

City of Batavia Justice Court
Address: 1 West Main Street, Batavia, New York 14020
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (585) 201-5764
Fax: (585) 371-3954
E-mail: jwallace@nycourts.gov
More Information: Court Webpage

Hon. Durin B. Rogers
Hon. Thomas Burns

Court Clerk: Jennifer Wallace
Prosecutor: Joseph J. Robinson, Esq. of the Genesee County DA's Office